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Friday, 24 May 2013 14:57

Ireland: Official Charts Feature 'Tomorrow'

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Tomorrow, co-written by Dean Muscat and Boris Cezek was successfully interpreted on the stage of the Eurovision Song Contest by Gianluca as the lead vocalist, Samaria Bezzina and Louise Ann Bugeja Tate as the backing vocalists and Christopher Tate, Kenny D'Ugo and Gabriel Cassar as part of the onstage band. Nevertheless, the aftermath of the eighth place finish for Malta, the best result at the prestigious event since 2005 is proving to be highly successful with the song entering the Irish Charts.

Ireland, seven time winning nation of the Eurovision Song Contest were represented by Only Love Survives performed by Ryan Dolan which finished in an underserving last place. The nation known for artists such as Sinead O'Connor, Westlife, Ronan Keating and Enya amongst others have a relatively strong music industry and to see Malta amongst another eight entries to chart from this years' Eurovision Song Contest is remarkably outstanding. As a matter of fact, Gianluca's entry Tomorrow which was published on the official compilation released by Universal Music managed to peark at number #69.

  • #5 Emmelie de Forest (Denmark)
  • #13 Ryan Dolan (Ireland)
  • #31 Robin Stjernberg (Sweden)
  • #54 Margaret Berger (Norway)
  • #69 Gianluca Bezzina (Malta)
  • #71 Anouk (The Netherlands)
  • #94 Cascada (Germany)
  • #99 Krista Siegfrids (Finland)

The list of eight countries which have managed to chart in Ireland might somewhat reflect the tele-voting portion of the vote that took place on Saturday night which was not fully realised in the final voting shown on screen as read out by Nicky Byrne of Westlife fame. Amongst the countries which did not receive any points and yet were still granted favour with the public, there were Finland, Germany, Malta and Norway. Once more, this is another success which the country should truly celebrate. Stay tuned to for more news in the coming days. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well.

Source: IRMA

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